Autism Bill

ATLANTA — A bill that would play a key role in the fight against Autism is expected to pass through the House today after unanimously passing through the Senate. Under the bill, insurance  companies would offer a minimum of $30,000 of coverage a year to children 6 years and younger who have been diagnosed with Autism.

Senator Charlie Bethel says its time for Georgia to join the national fight against Autism.

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